According to OCZ's press release, the Z-Drive will ship in two varieties: the MLC-based p84, and SLC-based e84. The MLC kit boasts a maximum read/write speed of 750/650MB/s, and 10,000 IOPS, while the SLC version bumps that up to 800/750MB/s and 16,000. Both models will ship with a three-year warranty and in 256GB or 512GB capacities, but only the MLC-equipped p84 will be available with 1TB of storage.
Amazon has yet to update the Z-Drive's status ("usually ships in 1 to 3 months"), but the drives are currently listed with prices that range from $1,561 to $3,369.
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